Thuraya picks three service providers
Dubai, August 25, 2008
Thuraya, the leading satellite telecom company, has tied up with three service providers in the Asia Pacific region, said a report.
The company had recently started coverage in the Asia Pacific region. It provides cost-effective mobile hand-held telephony, rural telephony, broadband, maritime and fleet management solutions.
"These partnerships, which further widen Thuraya's distribution platform, are aimed at promoting and selling the diverse portfolio of Thuraya communication products in the region," the company was quoted in a Gulf News report.
The three new service providers are Hong Kong Satellite Communication International, Japan Digital Communications and AA Techneq (M) in Malaysia.
"Asia Pacific has multiple purposes for satellite communications such as oil and gas, mining, manufacturing, agriculture, maritime sectors and emergency relief during disasters," said Yousuf Al Sayed, chief executive Thuraya.
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